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Marseille Architecture Designs – chronological list

Aix University in Aix-en-Provence
Breath Box in La Grande Motte
FAV 2016, Festival des Architectures Vives
FAV 2017, Festival des Architectures Vives
FAV 2018 Festival des Architectures Vives
Harbour Master’s Office in La Londe-les-Maures
Hexagone at Luminy University Campus in Marseille
La Barquière Housing Project in Marseille
La Crique Apartments
Logements Lez in Art dans la ZAC Rive Gauche à Montpellier
MaisonA in Aix-en-Provence
Residence in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade
Marseille Airport Extension
MUCEM Museum Marseille
Mucem Conservation and Resources Centre
Sailing Cube in La Grande Motte, Montpellier
Marseille Grand Mosque Building
Médard and the Maritime Museums
Vitrolles Media Library in France

We aim to add more buildings in this Southern French city soon – submissions are welcome.

Location: Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, southern France

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This index page is for architectural projects in this Southern France city on the e-architect website

Marseille (also Marseilles in English), known in antiquity as Masalia, Massalia or Massilia is the second largest city in France, after Paris, with a population of around 853,000 within its administrative limits on a land area of 240.62 km2. It is the third largest urban area and metropolitan area after Paris and Lyon with a population of around 1.6 million.

The city was historically the most important trade center in the region and functioned as the main trade port of the French Empire. Marseille is France’s largest city on the Mediterranean coast and largest commercial port. Marseille is the capital of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, as well as the capital of the Bouches-du-Rhône department. Its inhabitants are called Marseillais in French and Marselhés in Occitan.

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